• As expected, Chris Paul rewards Clippers' faith in his greatness

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Apr 23, 2013
    In a tie game with 13 seconds left and Clippers ball, Chris Paul was going to take the last shot. The Clippers were desperate to keep Paul away from Allen, which is why they inbounded the ball to Jamal Crawford. With six seconds left in Game 2 and the Clippers tied with the Grizzlies on Monday, Paul stood just inside the half-court line against Tony Allen, the best on-ball defender in the NBA, who has built his reputation by lining up across from the league's premier perimeter players at crucial moments and climbing right in their grill. But he kept getting hit on the bottom lip, and every time the cut healed, he was left with a painful canker sore that made it difficult to eat.
    Source: CNNSI.com
    • Chris Paul Does It All Himself

      Final possessions don't get more predictable. In a tie game with 13 seconds left and Clippers ball, Chris Paul was going to take the last shot. Tony Allen was going to be the one tasked with denying him. Paul's and Allen's faces in this photo, taken one…
      Source: deadspin.com

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